The college football season is heading into bowl season, and we have a little over four months until the 2023 NFL draft. Nothing is set in stone, but we're beginning to get a better understanding of this upcoming class.
After an underwhelming 2022 quarterback group that included only one first-round selection, this year's class promises to be much more interesting. The race for QB1 is heating up, and there still isn't a consensus top option. But the QB class is deep, too.
So how do the quarterbacks stack up? I ranked every passer with a draftable evaluation in my second edition of the QB Hot Board, an in-depth list that provides a look at 17 signal-callers. We'll hit brief breakdowns of strengths and weaknesses, current draft stock and even potential team fits. A lot can still change, but here's how top draft-eligible options rank right now.
1. Bryce Young, Alabama
HT: 6-foot | WT: 194 pounds | Class: Junior
Projected range: Round 1